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    Yes, every time someone comes over to the house the big wide one always catches their eye. But he doesnt have much mass and he is actually missing about 6 inches of main beam on his right side, just never grew it. He has matching kickers off of both G2's, He is a really old buck. The narrow one i shot in Colorado in 2015, he is only 20.5 inches wide outside but has great mass and long tines and has extra in-line tines as well. He is actually a 6x7. I didnt get a real good look at him before i shot him, i thought he was a 6x5 and he looked good enough to me for public land. I didnt knowe he was as good as he was till i got him back to camp and scored him. i kept coming up with 192-193. i thought i was doing something wrong with measuring. I took it to a B&C scorer a few months later and he came up with 190&4/8. He definately is decieving to people because of his narrow rack. I should draw that area again this year, so hoping to find another wall hanger!

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    Attachment 21379 Not my biggest but a 6x7 with two Sm drops and a 25 1/2 inch outside spread. Never scored him but maybe he mid 150?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR View Post
    It's funny how scores work. A big, wide typical is sure impressive. The mass on the other buck is cool and with a few extras that score adds up.
    I always liked the idea of doing a water displacement score for deer instead of measurements. I'm not a huge fan of getting scoring credit for air space between the antlers. I also have always been partial to taller muleys instead of wide ones. It is sometimes difficult to see the width from miles away, but good height always is a dead give away that you're looking at a buck.

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    I have dreams about 30+" wide bucks... I like that air between the antlers!

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    There is my best bow buck to date.

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    Not my highest scoring rifle buck, but it is likely my favorite.

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    Very nice bucks ando!

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    Ando,that bottom buck is AWESOME

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    Not my highest scoring rifle buck, but it is likely my favorite.
    Very nice bucks!
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    Utah Buck

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    My best buck from Wyoming many years ago and my best buck from California.
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